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Brazil holidays

Brazil is one of the most exciting, diverse countries in South America and what a better way to enjoy the most of such beautiful country than with a comprehensive travel package from Qatar Airways Holidays. From your luxury hotel you can explore the major cities of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, or see the natural wonders that Brazil has to offer, including glorious beaches and sweeping rainforests.

Whether you want to sunbathe, venture into the urban areas of the country, trek through the rainforests or visit one of the country’s carnivals, you can create a Brazil tour package that’s perfect for you and organize a holiday that’s as unique as you are.

Holiday Packages

Brazil holiday Packages

Whether you’re heading to Brazil to enjoy the carnival atmosphere, explore a city or conquer the rainforest, a Brazil holiday package from Qatar Airways Holidays will help you see it from a luxury hotel with the best flights from worldwide departure points.

Tailor your trip so that you can enjoy the culinary delights, relax on the beach or explore the jungle — urban or otherwise — and create a unique and memorable experience.

Good to know

  • Time Zone
  • Languages
    Portuguese with English spoken in main tourist areas
  • Dialing Code
  • Electricity
    220V 60Hz
  • Currency
    Brazilian real
  • Experiences

    Brazil holiday experiences

    • If you’re going to Brazil for the sun, sea and sand, Rio de Janeiro is an idyllic destination. Home to the famous beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana (both immortalised in song), it has the benefit of miles of golden sands, beautiful blue seas — all right on the doorstep of a thriving metropolis and overlooked by the iconic statue of Cristo Redentor. In the cities themselves there are all of the museums, galleries and shops you would expect, but also stunning colonial architecture and buildings by Oscar Niemeyer to be admired.
    • If you’re travelling in February or March, you may well be lucky enough to catch part of the carnival that sweeps the country for a week. The atmosphere is electric with the iconic samba parades driving through Rio and São Paulo and alternative celebrations in other cities. Although some areas are quieter than others, wherever you are you should be prepared to join in the party.
    • If you want to escape the city, Brazil has some of the most amazing stretches of rainforest and jungle in the world. Key areas to visit are the Amazon Rainforest and the Atlantic Forest, and you should also make time to see the Iguaçu Falls, a truly spectacular waterfall.
    • If you’re planning a Brazil culinary package, you will find a hugely diverse menu across the country, with certain dishes only to be found in specific regions. The national dish, however, is a filling stew known as feijoada, which is usually served with rice, while the coastal towns tend to specialise in seafood.

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